Annual Security Report
Incident and Crime Reporting
The PLNU Department of Public Safety investigates campus-related incidents and notifies the San Diego Police Department when required. The university strongly encourages victims and witnesses to report all crimes and incidents to the Department of Public Safety immediately, regardless of their nature. Prompt reporting of suspicious activity will deter crime and prevent future harm to the campus community. If an individual's actions are out of character and you become suspicious, call the department of Public Safety at ext. 2525 and a Community Service or Public Safety Officer will assess the situation and take the appropriate action.
Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act (Clery Act of 1990)
In 1990, Congress enacted the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act (Title II of Public Law 101-542). Also known as the Jeanne Clery Act, this act required all postsecondary institutions participating in Title IV student financial aid programs to disclose campus crime statistics and security information.
In compliance with Clery Act requirements, Point Loma Nazarene University makes its policies available as well as disseminating crime and incident statistics to the campus community.
Clery Act campus crime statistics are compiled for the previous calendar year and posted the following October.
The crime statistics for Point Loma Nazarene University and its satellite campuses for the 2010 calendar year are available in electronic format.
Please contact the Department of Public Safety at 619-849-2201 if you would like the Security Report in hard copy format.
2012 Annual Security Report:
- Point Loma Campus Report
- Mission Valley Campus Report
- Arcadia Campus Report
- Bakersfield Campus Report
- Inland Empire Campus Report
To view Point Loma Nazarene Campus Safety and Security Reports, you will need to download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The statistics stated above from the annual safety and security reports may be confirmed through the Department of Education.
Additional Crime Statistics Resources:
In order to sensitize the campus community to crime trends in the San Diego area, the PLNU Department of Public Safety makes a good faith effort to post periodic local crime alerts as notified by the San Diego Police Department and maintains a daily crime log on file at the DPS office. In addition to daily crime record keeping and periodic criminal incident postings, PLNU Department of Public Safety also has the following resources available for review online: